Wednesday, December 16th 2020

COMPUTEX 2021 Set To Take Place Physically in Taipei on June 1st

COMPUTEX 2021 International Online Press Conference kicks off today, revealing the leading ICT tradeshow to return as a physical exhibition from June 1 to 4, 2021 (InnoVEX from June 2 to 4). More importantly, COMPUTEX 2021 will utilize artificial intelligence (AI) for the first time to create a smart Online-Merge-Offline (OMO) exhibition platform, connecting the tech community through an innovative model that breaks barriers and limitations.

COMPUTEX 2021 will be held from June 1 to 4 at the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 1 & 2 (TaiNEX 1 & 2) and at Taipei International Convention Center (TICC). InnoVEX will also be exhibited from June 2 to 4 on the 4th floor of the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center, Hall 2 (TaiNEX 2). More exhibition information will be announced on the official websites of COMPUTEX and InnoVEX.
Source: COMPUTEX
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12 Comments on COMPUTEX 2021 Set To Take Place Physically in Taipei on June 1st

#1
z1n0x
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#2
Verpal
I guess they think general vaccination rollout will complete before June in first world countries? Or at least travel restriction imposed by ROC authority will lessen by then.
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#3
DeathtoGnomes
I bet some countries will not have completed vaccination coverage by then, but the show must go on as they say.
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#4
TheLostSwede
I'm sure you'll be required to have been vaccinated to be allowed to enter Taiwan, without a two week quarantine period.
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#5
lluvia
Taiwan has been one of the best countries of containing/controlling COVID-19 as they learned from the past SARS outbreak.
i.e.
> 8-sec quarantine rule breaker fined 10,000TWD for it (roughly $355USD).
> Those who find these quarantine breakers given a reward of 14,000TWD (roughly 497.50USD).
> Those who do not follow the strict quarantine rules can be fined to a maximum of 1,000,000TWD (roughly $152,980USD).

So they certainly are confident that they can control/contain COVID at the event.
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#6
Flanker
TheLostSwede
I'm sure you'll be required to have been vaccinated to be allowed to enter Taiwan, without a two week quarantine period.
That will be ideal. Although, I see that it may be difficult to prove, unless we get some international certification to show individuals have been vaccinated.
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#7
TheDeeGee
Better have people show some certificate that they're vaccinated, cuz a lot of countries arn't fully vaccinated until late 2021.
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#8
TheLostSwede
And this is why Taiwan has strict quarantine... It still nearly slipped through the cracks.
www.taiwannews.com.tw/en/news/4080215
Flanker
That will be ideal. Although, I see that it may be difficult to prove, unless we get some international certification to show individuals have been vaccinated.
Taiwan wants a vaccine "passport" and other countries have suggested it as well.
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#9
ZoneDymo
why.gif?

seriously...why would you even attempt this? this time and effort is better spend in making a proper digital show that people can see and maybe walk through….
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#10
TheLostSwede
ZoneDymo
why.gif?

seriously...why would you even attempt this? this time and effort is better spend in making a proper digital show that people can see and maybe walk through….
Honestly, you don't want anything related to the Taiwanese government to be done online.
It would all be relying on Active-X, flash and Silverlight...
Just a simple example, this the MOTC also known as the Ministry of Transportation and Communications, which is in charge of promoting tourism in Taiwan, among other things.
Best browse in 1024*768 pixel with IE 6.0 and Firefox 3.0 or above
www.motc.gov.tw/en/index.jsp
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#11
claes
Uskompuf
More importantly, COMPUTEX 2021 will utilize artificial intelligence (AI) for the first time to create a smart Online-Merge-Offline (OMO) exhibition platform, connecting the tech community through an innovative model that breaks barriers and limitations.
This is all the explanation we need. If you can’t make it to present or observe physically, “AI” will help facilitate a zoom call.
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Verpal
TheLostSwede
Honestly, you don't want anything related to the Taiwanese government to be done online.
It would all be relying on Active-X, flash and Silverlight...
Just a simple example, this the MOTC also known as the Ministry of Transportation and Communications, which is in charge of promoting tourism in Taiwan, among other things.

www.motc.gov.tw/en/index.jsp
I thought we agreed to give some warning before sharing NSFL website design?
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